Developing a Measurement & Evaluation Plan for Your Program or Organization, No PhD Required

May 27, 2021 9:00AM—12:00PM


This series will be held virtually only. You will receive additional instructions once you complete your registration.

Cost Members: $50; Non-Members: $90

Event Contact Callan Brown | Email


Topics , , ,

*This workshop is part of the 2021 Grants Mini-Series: Design, Measure, and Fund the Change You Seek. To register for the full series, Click here.

You have clear goals, and a strong understanding of what your program does (and why). In this workshop, you will design an evaluation and measurement plan that is the right scope and intensity for your organization — no matter the size, mission area, or staff knowledge of evaluation. Leave with a roadmap that will help you choose measures of performance and outcomes, plan to monitor them, and understand and communicate results in a way that drives continuous improvement and buy-in from funders, staff, and constituents.

The Nonprofit Center believes that Organizational Learning and Measurement is one of the four key elements of an effective, sustainable and adaptable organization. To learn more about The Nonprofit Center’s Stronger Nonprofits Framework, click here

Join the Nonprofit Center’s Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives and Evaluation, Deirdre Conner, for this interactive workshop!

Portrait of Deirdre ConnerAbout Deirdre: Deirdre Conner joined the Nonprofit Center of Northeast Florida in 2017 as Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives and Evaluation, leading program, research, and consulting planning and supervises the successful execution and evaluation of these and other member resources. She previously served as Advocacy & Communications Director for the Jacksonville Public Education Fund, overseeing the organization’s advocacy, communications and teacher leadership initiatives.

Prior to her career in nonprofits, she spent nearly decade as a print journalist. As a staff writer for The Florida Times-Union, she covered a broad range of issues, including nonprofits, urban and suburban affairs, education, demographics and race relations. Before moving to Jacksonville in 2007, Deirdre was a reporter for the Naples Daily News, writing about education and child welfare. Deirdre is a native of Miami, Florida, and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Anthropology from  Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania. She lives in Jacksonville with her husband, Larry Hannan, and their son, Rowan.